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Adobe Photoshop Touch

Adobe Photoshop Touch

Your iPad 2 just got a little more useful. Apparently aware that Photoshop Express wasn't getting it done for a lot of us, Adobe's upped the editing ante with Photoshop Touch ($10). Also available for the 400 or so Android tablets sold so far, it brings desktop features like layers, selection tools, advanced adjustments, and filters to the tablet, along with plenty of other tricks like the Scribble Selection tool, integrated Google Image Search, and Facebook sharing. Yes, its max resolution of 1600 x 1600 is pretty pathetic given the size of images we deal with these days, but for images that you're planning on sharing via the web or email, it's more than enough.

  • Action Movie FX

    Create your own effects-laden masterpiece right on your iPhone with Action Movie FX (Free). Developed by the talented folks at Bad Robot, this iOS app — yup, it works on iPads and iPod touches too — adds Hollywood-style visuals to your otherwise mundane videos, complete with sounds from Skywalker Sound and all the lens flares you'd expect from a J.J. Abrams joint. Oh, and watch out for those In-App purchases. We hear they're addicting.

  • Scribe

    Whether you write novels, take notes, or make grocery lists, the modern writer needs an app that just gets out of the way and makes writing less painful and more fun. After getting tired of the numbing options available, one Uncrate editor decided to just build the thing himself. Scribe ($3), a universal app for the iPad and iPhone, gives you a clutter-free writing environment, with an awesome monospaced font, and super-easy HTML support to brainlessly markup your prose for web stuff. Oh, and it syncs with Dropbox and iCloud too. It's what we use to write Uncrate when we go iPad-only on the road. Plus, there's at least a 93% chance you're getting an iPad on Sunday. So Scribe will be right here, waiting on you.